EU and Cuba agree to normalise relations
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EU and Cuba agree to normalise relations

The European Union and Cuba have signed an agreement in Havana to normalise relations. The…

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Erdogan warns Turkey’s top courts over freed journalists
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Erdogan warns Turkey’s top courts over freed journalists

Turkey’s president warned the country’s top court that it’s survival would be up for debate…

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Arab League declares Hezbollah a ‘terrorist organization’
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Arab League declares Hezbollah a ‘terrorist organization’

Reports from Egypt say the Arab League has labelled the Lebanese Shi’ite Hezbollah movement a…

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Danish human rights campaigner found guilty of smuggling
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Danish human rights campaigner found guilty of smuggling

* Couple’s lawyer says no money changed hands * Family of six were driven from…

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EU and Cuba agree to normalise relations
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EU and Cuba agree to normalise relations

The European Union and Cuba have signed an agreement in Havana to normalise relations. The…

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Church of Scientology ‘unfairly hounded by Belgian authorities’ – judge
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Church of Scientology ‘unfairly hounded by Belgian authorities’ – judge

A Belgian court has cleared the Church of Scientology on charges of forming a criminal…

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Mikhail Lesin died of ‘blunt force injuries’ say Russian authorities
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Mikhail Lesin died of ‘blunt force injuries’ say Russian authorities

Authorities in Russia say former press minister Mikhail Lesin died of blunt force injuries to…

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European rights body accuses Polish government of undermining democracy
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European rights body accuses Polish government of undermining democracy

A European rights body has accused Poland’s conservative government of undermining democracy. Legal experts at…

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Greek-Macedonian border ‘not closed’ says president
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Greek-Macedonian border ‘not closed’ says president

The president of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia spoke with euronews earlier about the…

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Serbia hit by widespread flooding
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Serbia hit by widespread flooding

* State of emergency declared * Thousands of emergency personnel on standby * Critics say…

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